Commit cb3679da authored by Sebastian Rasmussen's avatar Sebastian Rasmussen Committed by Milan Crha

Bug 766111 - Use <app> and <gui> tags consistently in manual

parent ab411539
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</item>
<item>
<p>You can also mark the network folder for offline usage. To mark the
folder, right-click the folder, click Properties and select Copy Folder
Content Locally for Offline Operation.</p>
folder, right-click the folder, click <gui>Properties</gui> and select
<gui>Copy folder content locally for offline operation</gui>.</p>
</item>
<item>
<p>To prevent excess network traffic, <app>Evolution</app> does not
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type="topic" id="data-storage">
<info>
<desc>Where does Evolution store my data on the harddisk?</desc>
<desc>Where does <app>Evolution</app> store my data on the harddisk?</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="index#common-other-problems" />
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<p>This is only interesting for advanced users who want to debug problems.</p>
</note>
<p>Evolution 3.6 and later stores its data according to the <link href="http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/basedir-spec">XDG Base Directory Specification</link>. By default this means:</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> 3.6 and later stores its data according to the <link href="http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/basedir-spec">XDG Base Directory Specification</link>. By default this means:</p>
<terms>
<item>
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<if:choose>
<if:when test="!platform:gnome-shell !platform:gnome-classic !platform:unity">
<p>In case you use Evolution under a different environment from GNOME,</p>
<p>In case you use <app>Evolution</app> under a different environment from GNOME,</p>
<steps>
<item>
<p>Open a terminal application.</p>
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</cmd></p>
</item>
<item>
<p>Evolution may need to be restarted for the settings to take effect.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> may need to be restarted for the settings to take effect.</p>
</item>
</steps>
<note style="tip">
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<section id="emails">
<title>Mail</title>
<p>Evolution deletes emails on IMAP servers by <em>marking</em> the messages for deletion; space is not freed until you <em>expunge</em> the marked emails. </p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> deletes emails on IMAP servers by <em>marking</em> the messages for deletion; space is not freed until you <em>expunge</em> the marked emails. </p>
<p>To Expunge a specific folder, go to <guiseq><gui>Folder</gui><gui>Expunge</gui></guiseq> or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>E</key></keyseq>. To Expunge all folders, go to <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Empty Trash</gui></guiseq>. This applies to other types of accounts as well.</p>
</section>
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type="guide" id="deleting-to-free-disk-space">
<info>
<desc>Deleting emails and calendar entries to reduce the size of the files used by Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Deleting emails and calendar entries to reduce the size of the files used by <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="index#common-other-problems" />
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<title>Connecting to Exchange Servers</title>
<p>For topics not covered here please refer to the <link href="https://help.gnome.org/users/evolution/2.32/usage-exchange.html">old Evolution manual</link>.</p>
<p>For topics not covered here please refer to the <link href="https://help.gnome.org/users/evolution/2.32/usage-exchange.html">old <app>Evolution</app> manual</link>.</p>
</page>
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</info>
<title>Exporting data from <em>Evolution</em></title>
<title>Exporting data from <app>Evolution</app></title>
</page>
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type="topic" id="import-apps-mozilla">
<info>
<desc>Importing data from Mozilla Thunderbird.</desc>
<desc>Importing data from Mozilla <app>Thunderbird</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="import-data#import-from-apps" />
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<steps>
<item><p>Click <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Import</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>In the <gui>Importer Type</gui> tab, click <gui>Import a single file</gui>.</p></item>
<item><p>Go to the folder in which Thunderbird stores its data. On a Linux system, Thunderbird's files are located in the hidden folder <file>$HOME/.thunderbird/12345678</file>. <file>12345678</file> will be a random string. If you cannot see the <file>.thunderbird</file> folder, make sure to <link xref="help:gnome-help/files-hidden#show-hidden" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/files-hidden#show-hidden">show hidden files</link> in the file selector dialog.</p></item>
<item><p>Go to the folder in which <app>Thunderbird</app> stores its data. On a Linux system, <app>Thunderbird</app>'s files are located in the hidden folder <file>$HOME/.thunderbird/12345678</file>. <file>12345678</file> will be a random string. If you cannot see the <file>.thunderbird</file> folder, make sure to <link xref="help:gnome-help/files-hidden#show-hidden" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help/stable/files-hidden#show-hidden">show hidden files</link> in the file selector dialog.</p></item>
<item>
<list>
<item><p>If you would like to import Thunderbird mail, go to <file>Mail/Local Folders</file> (for local mail accounts) or <file>ImapMail/servername</file> (for remote mail accounts). <file>servername</file> will be the address of your remote mail server. Files without a file ending include your messages (not the <file>.msf</file> files).</p></item>
<item><p>If you would like to import Thunderbird/Lightning calendar data, you may be able to export your Thunderbird events as an <file>.ical</file>/<file>.ics</file> file first, and import these files into Evolution. This is required as Thunderbird stores its calendar data in a non-standard database format.</p></item>
<item><p>If you would like to import <app>Thunderbird</app> mail, go to <file>Mail/Local Folders</file> (for local mail accounts) or <file>ImapMail/servername</file> (for remote mail accounts). <file>servername</file> will be the address of your remote mail server. Files without a file ending include your messages (not the <file>.msf</file> files).</p></item>
<item><p>If you would like to import <app>Thunderbird/Lightning</app> calendar data, you may be able to export your <app>Thunderbird</app> events as an <file>.ical</file>/<file>.ics</file> file first, and import these files into <app>Evolution</app>. This is required as <app>Thunderbird</app> stores its calendar data in a non-standard database format.</p></item>
</list>
<p>The file type will be automatically determined.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the destination (e.g. the folder or calendar in Evolution) for the imported data.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the destination (e.g. the folder or calendar in <app>Evolution</app>) for the imported data.</p></item>
<item><p>Repeat the import steps until you have imported all your data.</p></item>
</steps>
</page>
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<title>Outlook</title>
<!-- "Import data and settings from older programs" cannot recognize Outlook, as there obviously is no default storage location for Outlook *under Linux* -->
<p>These steps refer to locally stored data such as POP accounts. For remote data (like IMAP) this is not necessary, since the data is still on the server and does not need to be manually transferred. You can set up the corresponding account in Evolution and the data will be downloaded.</p>
<p>These steps refer to locally stored data such as POP accounts. For remote data (like IMAP) this is not necessary, since the data is still on the server and does not need to be manually transferred. You can set up the corresponding account in <app>Evolution</app> and the data will be downloaded.</p>
<section id="prerequisites">
<title>Prerequisites under Windows</title>
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<p>(Replace "username" by your username.)</p>
</item>
<!-- File locations taken from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2291280 and http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/where-is-location-of-outlookpst-file-in-windows-7/3a4c03c3-e8ad-4912-9e37-f1c62057d1f9 -->
<item><p>Copy the Outlook files to the system or partition that Evolution is installed on.</p>
<item><p>Copy the Outlook files to the system or partition that <app>Evolution</app> is installed on.</p>
<p>As your Windows hard drive is probably in the NTFS format, some Linux systems cannot read it without additional software. You might find it simpler to copy the mail folders to a USB drive or to burn a CD.</p></item>
</steps>
</section>
<section id="importing">
<title>Importing into Evolution</title>
<title>Importing into <app>Evolution</app></title>
<steps>
<item><p>Depending on your last step, either plug in the disk or USB drive with the data and wait until the file manager window opens, or mount your Windows drive.</p></item>
<item><p>Copy all the mail files into your home directory or another convenient place.</p></item>
<item><p>Start Evolution.</p></item>
<item><p>Start <app>Evolution</app>.</p></item>
<item><p>Optionally select <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>New</gui><gui>Mail Folder</gui></guiseq> to create the <link xref="mail-folders">folders</link> you want.</p></item>
<item><p>Click <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Import</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
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<item><p>Choose the Outlook personal folders (.pst) file that you would like to import.</p><p>The file type will be automatically determined.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>If the option to import Outlook personal folders (.pst files) is not available under <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Import</gui><gui>Import single file</gui><gui>File type</gui></guiseq>, your distribution might have not enabled this functionality.</p></note>
</item>
<item><p>Choose the destination (e.g. the folder in Evolution) for the imported data.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the destination (e.g. the folder in <app>Evolution</app>) for the imported data.</p></item>
<item><p>Repeat the import steps until you have imported all your data.</p></item>
</steps>
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<item><p>Click <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Import</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>In the <gui>Importer Type</gui> tab, click <gui>Import a single file</gui>.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the file.</p><p>The file type will be automatically determined.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the destination (e.g. the folder in Evolution) for the imported data.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the destination (e.g. the folder in <app>Evolution</app>) for the imported data.</p></item>
</steps>
<note style="tip"><p>You can also import contacts that you have received as a vCard attachment of an email from its attachment menu.</p></note>
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<title>Supported file formats</title>
<p>Evolution can import the following types of files:</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> can import the following types of files:</p>
<section id="mail">
<title>Mail</title>
<list>
<item><p>
Berkeley Mailbox (.mbox or no extension):</p>
<p>The email format used by Mozilla, Netscape, Evolution (for local folders until version 2.32), Eudora, and many other email clients.
<p>The email format used by <app>Mozilla</app>, <app>Netscape</app>, <app>Evolution</app> (for local folders until version 2.32), <app>Eudora</app>, and many other email clients.
</p></item>
<item><p>
Maildir (no extension):</p>
<p>The format used by Evolution (for local folders since version 3.0). There is no need to import Maildir files as you can <link xref="mail-account-manage-maildir-format-directories">configure a Maildir account</link> in Evolution and point to the folder where the Maildir files are stored.
<p>The format used by <app>Evolution</app> (for local folders since version 3.0). There is no need to import Maildir files as you can <link xref="mail-account-manage-maildir-format-directories">configure a Maildir account</link> in <app>Evolution</app> and point to the folder where the Maildir files are stored.
</p></item>
<item><p>
Outlook Express 5/6 Personal Folders (.dbx):</p>
<p>The email file format used by Microsoft Outlook Express 5/6. For newer versions PST import is recommended.
<p>The email file format used by <app>Microsoft Outlook Express 5/6</app>. For newer versions PST import is recommended.
</p></item>
</list>
</section>
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<list>
<item><p>
vCalendar (.vcs):</p>
<p>A format for storing calendar files, which is generally used by Evolution, Microsoft Outlook, Sunbird, and Korganizer.
<p>A format for storing calendar files, which is generally used by <app>Evolution</app>, <app>Microsoft Outlook</app>, <app>Sunbird</app>, and <app>Korganizer</app>.
</p></item>
<item><p>
iCalendar or iCal (.ics):</p>
<p>A format for storing calendar files. iCalendar is used by Evolution, Microsoft Outlook, Palm OS handhelds, and others.
<p>A format for storing calendar files. iCalendar is used by <app>Evolution</app>, <app>Microsoft Outlook</app>, Palm OS handhelds, and others.
</p></item>
</list>
</section>
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<title>Miscellaneous</title>
<list>
<item><p>
Evolution/Mozilla/Outlook CSV/Tab (.csv, .tab):</p>
<p>CSV (Comma-separated values) or Tabulator files saved by using Evolution, Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla.
<app>Evolution</app>/Mozilla/Outlook CSV/Tab (.csv, .tab):</p>
<p>CSV (Comma-separated values) or Tabulator files saved by using <app>Evolution</app>, <app>Microsoft Outlook</app> and <app>Mozilla</app>.
</p></item>
<item><p>
Outlook Personal Folders (.pst):</p>
<p>A file format used to store local copies of messages, calendar events, and other items within Microsoft software such as Microsoft Exchange Client, Windows Messaging, and Microsoft Outlook. It is also called "Personal Storage Table".
<p>A file format used to store local copies of messages, calendar events, and other items within Microsoft software such as <app>Microsoft Exchange Client</app>, <app>Windows Messaging</app>, and <app>Microsoft Outlook</app>. It is also called "Personal Storage Table".
</p></item>
</list>
</section>
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<info>
<desc>Manage your email, contacts and schedule</desc>
<title type='link' role="trail"><media type="image" its:translate="no" src="figures/evolutionlogo.png"/></title>
<title type='text'>Evolution Mail and Calendar</title>
<title type='text'><app>Evolution</app> Mail and Calendar</title>
<revision pkgversion="3.8.2" version="0.7" date="2013-06-22" status="final"/>
<credit type="author">
<name its:translate="no">Phil Bull</name>
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<media type="image" its:translate="no" src="figures/evolutionlogo.png">
<span its:translate="yes">Evolution logo</span>
</media>
Evolution Mail and Calendar
<app>Evolution</app> Mail and Calendar
</title>
<section id="getting-started" style="2column">
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type="topic" id="intro-application">
<info>
<desc>An introduction to Evolution.</desc>
<desc>An introduction to <app>Evolution<app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="index#getting-started"/>
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</info>
<title>Getting Started</title>
<p>Evolution allows you to access your personal information like your calendars, mail, address books and tasks in one place.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> allows you to access your personal information like your calendars, mail, address books and tasks in one place.</p>
<p>By default Evolution opens the mail view. This is were you can view all your mail. You can change to other views of the application by going to the bottom of the left pane in the window (the so-called "switcher") and selecting the desired view. <link xref="intro-main-window">Learn more about the elements of the main window.</link></p>
<p>By default <app>Evolution</app> opens the mail view. This is were you can view all your mail. You can change to other views of the application by going to the bottom of the left pane in the window (the so-called "switcher") and selecting the desired view. <link xref="intro-main-window">Learn more about the elements of the main window</link>.</p>
<note style="advanced"><p>When Evolution starts, it remembers the last view that you used. However you can also explicitly start Evolution in a specific view. For the calendar view, use the command <cmd>evolution --component=calendar</cmd> in the <app>Terminal</app> application. Other available options are "mail", "contacts", "tasks", and "memos".</p></note>
<note style="advanced"><p>When <app>Evolution</app> starts, it remembers the last view that you used. However you can also explicitly start <app>Evolution</app> in a specific view. For the calendar view, use the command <cmd>evolution --component=calendar</cmd> in the <app>Terminal</app> application. Other available options are "mail", "contacts", "tasks", and "memos".</p></note>
</page>
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type="topic" id="intro-first-run">
<info>
<desc>Running Evolution for the very first time.</desc>
<desc>Running <app>Evolution</app> for the very first time.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="index#getting-started"/>
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<title>Starting <app>Evolution</app> for the first time</title>
<p>The first time you run Evolution, it opens the First-Run Assistant to help you set up email accounts and <link xref="import-data">import data from other applications.</link></p>
<p>The first time you run <app>Evolution</app>, it opens the First-Run Assistant to help you set up email accounts and <link xref="import-data">import data from other applications.</link></p>
<include href="xinclude-mail-account-identity.xml"
xpointer="xmlns(mal=http://projectmallard.org/1.0/)xpointer(/mal:info/mal:section)"
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<section id="server-type-none">
<title>None</title>
<p>If you do not plan to use Evolution for receiving email.</p>
<p>If you do not plan to use <app>Evolution</app> for receiving email.</p>
</section>
</section>
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type="topic" id="intro-main-window">
<info>
<desc>An explanation of the areas shown in the Evolution window.</desc>
<desc>An explanation of the areas shown in the <app>Evolution</app> window.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="index#getting-started"/>
<link type="seealso" xref="calendar-layout"/>
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<title>The <app>Evolution</app> main window</title>
<!-- This section fixes https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=657028 -->
<p>Evolution provides functionality for Email, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Memos. You can switch to another functionality by using the "Switcher" buttons in the lower left corner. Depending on the displayed functionality also the displayed elements in the window differ.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> provides functionality for Email, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Memos. You can switch to another functionality by using the "Switcher" buttons in the lower left corner. Depending on the displayed functionality also the displayed elements in the window differ.</p>
<section id="e-mail">
<title>Mail</title>
<media type="image" src="./figures/window-overview-layers.png" width="600">
<p>The Evolution mail main window</p>
<p>The <app>Evolution</app> mail main window</p>
</media>
<p>Corresponding elements in the mail main window:</p>
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</item>
<item>
<title>Switcher</title>
<p>The switcher at the bottom of the side bar lets you switch between the Evolution tools: Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Memos and Tasks.</p><p>For more information see <link xref="change-switcher-appearance">Changing the Switcher appearance</link>.</p>
<p>The switcher at the bottom of the side bar lets you switch between the <app>Evolution</app> tools: Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Memos and Tasks.</p><p>For more information see <link xref="change-switcher-appearance">Changing the Switcher appearance</link>.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>You can disable the folder list and the switcher side bar by toggling <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Layout</gui><gui>Show Side Bar</gui></guiseq> or pressing <key>F9</key>.</p></note>
</item>
<item>
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<!-- Page only exists for the <note>, apart from that nothing special. -->
<title>Access a Gmail IMAP Account via Evolution</title>
<title>Access a Gmail IMAP Account via <app>Evolution</app></title>
<p>Please refer to the <link xref="mail-account-manage-imap-plus">IMAP+ mail account settings</link>.</p>
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<title>Access a Gmail POP Account via Evolution</title>
<title>Access a Gmail POP Account via <app>Evolution</app></title>
<p>Follow these steps to set up your Gmail POP Account in Evolution:</p>
<p>Follow these steps to set up your Gmail POP Account in <app>Evolution</app>:</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Log in to your Gmail account.</p></item>
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</item>
<item><p>Specify the other required settings for this Gmail feature.</p></item>
<item><p>To know the Gmail Account settings, click on <gui>Configuration instructions</gui>. Choose <gui>I want to enable POP</gui> and select <gui>Other</gui> from the list of clients.</p></item>
<item><p>On your Evolution client, go to <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Accounts</gui></guiseq>. Click <gui style="button">Add</gui>. </p></item>
<item><p>On your <app>Evolution</app> client, go to <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Accounts</gui></guiseq>. Click <gui style="button">Add</gui>. </p></item>
<item><p>Provide the required information. For the account settings, refer to Step 5.</p></item>
</steps>
</page>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-imap-plus">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit an IMAP+ mail account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit an IMAP+ mail account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-common-account-types"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-local-delivery">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Local Delivery account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Local Delivery account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-local-account-types"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-maildir-format-directories">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Maildir Format Mail Directories account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Maildir Format Mail Directories account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-local-account-types"/>
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<section id="account-editor">
<title>Account Editor</title>
<p>Evolution supports the Maildir++ specification.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> supports the Maildir++ specification.</p>
<p>Mail accounts can be added by choosing <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>New</gui><gui>Mail Account</gui></guiseq> or via <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Accounts</gui><gui style="button">Add</gui></guiseq>. The steps are mostly the same as for the <link xref="intro-first-run">First-Run Assistant</link>, except for not getting asked whether to import data from other applications or to restore from a backup file.</p>
<p>Mail accounts can be edited via <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Accounts</gui><gui style="button">Edit</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>The following settings are available when editing an existing account:</p>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-mh-format-directories">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a MH Format Mail Directories account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a MH Format Mail Directories account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-local-account-types"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-microsoft-exchange-evo-ews">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Microsoft Exchange 2007 or 2010 account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Microsoft Exchange 2007 or 2010 account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-manage-microsoft-exchange" group="#first"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-microsoft-exchange-evo-mapi">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Microsoft Exchange MAPI account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Microsoft Exchange MAPI account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-manage-microsoft-exchange"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-microsoft-exchange">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Microsoft Exchange account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Microsoft Exchange account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-corporate-account-types"/>
<link type="guide" xref="exchange-placeholder"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-pop">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a POP mail account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a POP mail account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-common-account-types"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-unix-mbox-spool-directory">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Standard Unix mbox Spool Directory account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Standard Unix mbox Spool Directory account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-local-account-types"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-unix-mbox-spool-file">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Standard Unix mbox Spool File account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Standard Unix mbox Spool File account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-local-account-types"/>
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type="guide" id="mail-account-manage-usenet-news">
<info>
<desc>Add and edit a Usenet news account in Evolution.</desc>
<desc>Add and edit a Usenet news account in <app>Evolution</app>.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-management#mail-common-account-types"/>
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<title>Handling attachments in received mail</title>
<p>If you receive an email message with one or more file attachments, Evolution displays the number of attachments and a <gui style="button">Save</gui> or <gui style="button">Save All</gui> button between the email header and the content of the email.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>Evolution does not support saving all attachments of all messages in one folder at once.</p></note>
<p>If you receive an email message with one or more file attachments, <app>Evolution</app> displays the number of attachments and a <gui style="button">Save</gui> or <gui style="button">Save All</gui> button between the email header and the content of the email.</p>
<note style="tip"><p><app>Evolution</app> does not support saving all attachments of all messages in one folder at once.</p></note>
<p>A list of attachments is also available at the bottom of the email.</p>
<p>To save an attachment to disk, click the down-arrow next to the attachment icon and click <gui>Save As</gui>.</p>
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<section id="reminders">
<title>Attachment Reminder</title>
<p>Evolution has an Attachment Reminder plugin you can use to remind yourself to attach a file to an email. If it determines that you have not attached the file, it displays a reminder window before the email is sent.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> has an Attachment Reminder plugin you can use to remind yourself to attach a file to an email. If it determines that you have not attached the file, it displays a reminder window before the email is sent.</p>
<p>To enable the Attachment Reminder:</p>
<steps>
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<item><p>Click the <gui>Configuration</gui> tab.</p></item>
<item><p>Click <gui style="button">Add</gui>, then enter keywords in your language such as "Attach" or "enclosed".</p></item>
</steps>
<p>Based on the keywords you have added, Evolution searches the text of every mail you are going to send. If it finds any of the keywords in your email and there is no actual attached file, the reminder window is displayed.</p>
<p>Based on the keywords you have added, <app>Evolution</app> searches the text of every mail you are going to send. If it finds any of the keywords in your email and there is no actual attached file, the reminder window is displayed.</p>
</section>
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<title>Sending invitations by email</title>
<p>If you create an event in the calendar component, you can then send invitations to the attendee list through the Evolution email tool. The invitation card is sent as an attachment in iCal format.</p>
<p>If you create an event in the calendar component, you can then send invitations to the attendee list through the <app>Evolution</app> email tool. The invitation card is sent as an attachment in iCal format.</p>
<p>To send an invitation, right-click on the entry in the calendar and choose <gui>Forward as iCalendar</gui>.</p>
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<p>If you cannot see any emails at all in a folder, check that you have not maximized the message preview (so the message list pane is hidden). To do this, click <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Preview</gui><gui>Show Message Preview</gui></guiseq>.</p>
</item>
<item>
<p>Look in the <gui>Junk</gui> folder. Messages that are marked as Junk disappear from the original folder and are moved to the Junk folder.
<p>Look in the <gui>Junk</gui> folder. Messages that are marked as Junk disappear from the original folder and are moved to the <gui>Junk</gui> folder.
</p>
</item>
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<section id="headers-and-lists">
<title>Headers and Lists:</title>
<p>At the left of the upper tool bar, you can choose <gui>Normal</gui> for a default text style or <gui>Header 1</gui> through <gui>Header 6</gui> for varying sizes of header from large (1) to tiny (6). Other styles include <gui>Preformat</gui>, to use the HTML tag for preformatted blocks of text, and three types of bullet points for lists.</p>
<p>For instance, instead of using asterisks to mark a bulleted list, you can use the <gui>Bulleted List</gui> style from the style dropdown list. Evolution uses different bullet styles, and handles word wrap and multiple levels of indentation.</p>
<p>For instance, instead of using asterisks to mark a bulleted list, you can use the <gui>Bulleted List</gui> style from the style dropdown list. <app>Evolution</app> uses different bullet styles, and handles word wrap and multiple levels of indentation.</p>
</section>
<section id="alignment">
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<p>You can prioritize a message to be sent, so that the recipient sees its relative importance. To prioritize a message, select <guiseq><gui>Options</gui><gui>Prioritize Message</gui></guiseq> in the menu of the composer window or click the corresponding toolbar icon.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>Evolution will ignore the message priority of incoming messages because the recipient should decide whether the message is important or not. You can set the "Important" flag for any messages.</p></note>
<note style="tip"><p><app>Evolution</app> will ignore the message priority of incoming messages because the recipient should decide whether the message is important or not. You can set the "Important" flag for any messages.</p></note>
<!-- TODO: Nowhere is explained how to set the Important flag. -->
</page>
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<list>
<item><p><gui>Find</gui>:
</p><p>
Enter a word or phrase, and Evolution finds it in your message.</p></item>
Enter a word or phrase, and <app>Evolution</app> finds it in your message.</p></item>
<item><p><gui>Find Again</gui>:
</p><p>
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<section id="autocompletion">
<title>Autocompletion</title>
<p>It is recommended to use the <link xref="contacts-autocompletion">Autocompletion</link> feature of the Evolution address book for entering addresses. By using this you avoid typos and save time.</p>
<p>It is recommended to use the <link xref="contacts-autocompletion">Autocompletion</link> feature of the <app>Evolution</app> address book for entering addresses. By using this you avoid typos and save time.</p>
</section>
<section id="to-cc-bcc-buttons">
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type="topic" id="mail-default-folder-locations">
<info>
<desc>Changing the location of Draft, Sent, Trash and Junk folders.</desc>
<desc>Changing the location of <gui>Draft</gui>, <gui>Sent</gui>, <gui>Trash</gui> and <gui>Junk</gui> folders.</desc>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-manage-imap-plus#defaults"/>
<link type="guide" xref="mail-account-manage-local-delivery#defaults"/>
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<title>Mail folder locations</title>
<p>You can set a different place where to store messages in your Draft folder and Sent folder in the <gui>Defaults</gui> section of the mail account editor (<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Accounts</gui><gui style="button">Edit</gui><gui>Defaults</gui></guiseq>).</p>
<p>You can set a different place where to store messages in your <gui>Draft</gui> folder and <gui>Sent</gui> folder in the <gui>Defaults</gui> section of the mail account editor (<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Accounts</gui><gui style="button">Edit</gui><gui>Defaults</gui></guiseq>).</p>
<p>You can define an <gui>Archive Folder</gui>, for example to move older messages there. Selecting <guiseq><gui>Message</gui><gui>Archive</gui></guiseq> in the main window moves the selected message to the specified folder.</p>
<p>For remote account types (accounts such as IMAP) you can also use folders on the mail server for Junk and Trash by selecting the corresponding <gui>Use a Real Folder</gui> option. In this case, Evolution's local <link xref="mail-search-folders">virtual folders</link> will not be used.</p>
<p>For remote account types (accounts such as IMAP) you can also use folders on the mail server for Junk and Trash by selecting the corresponding <gui>Use a Real Folder</gui> option. In this case, <app>Evolution</app>'s local <link xref="mail-search-folders">virtual folders</link> will not be used.</p>
</page>
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<p>To delete a message, select it and press the <key>Delete</key> key, or click the <gui style="button">Delete</gui> button in the toolbar, or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>D</key></keyseq>, or right-click the message and click <gui>Delete</gui>.</p>
<p>When you press Delete or click the Trash folder, your mail is not actually deleted, but is marked for deletion. You can see all message marked for deletion in the Trash folder. To show deleted messages, click <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Show Deleted Messages</gui></guiseq>. You can view the messages stricken off for later deletion.</p>
<p>When you press Delete or click the <gui>Trash</gui> folder, your mail is not actually deleted, but is marked for deletion. You can see all message marked for deletion in the <gui>Trash</gui> folder. To show deleted messages, click <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Show Deleted Messages</gui></guiseq>. You can view the messages stricken off for later deletion.</p>
<p>To permanently erase all the deleted messages in a folder, click <guiseq><gui>Folder</gui><gui>Expunge</gui></guiseq> or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>E</key></keyseq>.</p>
</section>
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<p>You can undelete a message that has been deleted but not expunged yet. To undelete a message, select the message, click <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Undelete message</gui></guiseq>. Note that <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Show Deleted Messages</gui></guiseq> must be enabled for this to work.</p>
<p>If you have marked a message for deletion, undeleting it unmarks it, and the message is not shown anymore in the Trash folder.</p>
<p>If you have marked a message for deletion, undeleting it unmarks it, and the message is not shown anymore in the <gui>Trash</gui> folder.</p>
</section>
</page>
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<title>Collapsible Message Headers</title>
<p>Evolution compresses the To, Cc and Bcc headers of received mail and shows only five addresses in the message preview.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> compresses the To, Cc and Bcc headers of received mail and shows only five addresses in the message preview.</p>
<p>To see all recipients, click the <media type="image" its:translate="no" src="./figures/plus-icon.png"></media> icon next to the <gui>To:</gui> or <gui>Cc:</gui> line, or click the ellipsis (…) at the end of the five displayed addresses.</p>
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<title>Images in HTML messages</title>
<p>When someone sends you HTML mail that includes an image in the body of the message (for example, the welcome message in your Inbox), Evolution displays the image inside the message.</p>
<p>When someone sends you HTML mail that includes an image in the body of the message (for example, the welcome message in your Inbox), <app>Evolution</app> displays the image inside the message.</p>
<section id="loading">
<title>Loading images</title>
<p>Some images are links in a message, rather than being part of the message. Evolution can download those images from the Internet, but does not do so unless you request it. This is because remotely hosted images can be slow to load and display, and can even be used by spammers to track who reads the email. Not automatically loading images helps protect your privacy.</p>
<p>Some images are links in a message, rather than being part of the message. <app>Evolution</app> can download those images from the Internet, but does not do so unless you request it. This is because remotely hosted images can be slow to load and display, and can even be used by spammers to track who reads the email. Not automatically loading images helps protect your privacy.</p>
<p>To load the images for one message, click <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Load Images</gui></guiseq> or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>I</key></keyseq>.</p>
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<title>Photograph Message Headers</title>
<!-- NB: This is done by "Face" and "X-Face" headers. -->
<p>Evolution automatically displays photographs of the sender of an email at the right side of the message header if the sender already embedded a photograph in the message.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> automatically displays photographs of the sender of an email at the right side of the message header if the sender already embedded a photograph in the message.</p>
<!-- TODO: If I ever manage to find out if the "Edit > Plugins > Face" reliably works, create a topic page covering it linked under <link type="guide" xref="index#mail-composing-advanced" />, and link to it from here and vice versa. -->
<p>You can also manually enable displaying the photograph of the sender of an email if the sender is in one of your address books and has a photograph stored.</p>
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<p>Downloading duplicate emails may be due to one of the following reasons:</p>
<list>
<item><p>There are several copies of the same message in the mailbox</p></item>
<item><p>Evolution is having a problem with the UIDL extension.</p></item>
<item><p><app>Evolution</app> is having a problem with the UIDL extension.</p></item>
<item><p>The cache files located at <file>$HOME/.local/share/evolution/mail/local/</file> are not writable.</p></item>
</list>
</section>
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<!-- TODO:POST-3-13: Needs a complete rewrite now that https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=508744 is fixed. -->
<p>Before you can get or send GPG encrypted mail, you need to <link xref="help:seahorse/pgp-create" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-create">generate your public and private keys with GPG</link>. After doing so and <link xref="mail-encryption-gpg-set-up">setting up Evolution to use the key</link>, you need to <link xref="help:seahorse/pgp-publish" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-publish">share your public key with your friends to allow them sending you encrypted messages</link>.</p>
<p>Before you can get or send GPG encrypted mail, you need to <link xref="help:seahorse/pgp-create" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-create">generate your public and private keys with GPG</link>. After doing so and <link xref="mail-encryption-gpg-set-up">setting up <app>Evolution</app> to use the key</link>, you need to <link xref="help:seahorse/pgp-publish" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-publish">share your public key with your friends to allow them sending you encrypted messages</link>.</p>
</page>
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<section id="decryption">
<title>Decrypting a received message</title>
<p>If you receive an encrypted message, you need to decrypt it before you can read it.</p>
<p>When you view the message, Evolution prompts you for your PGP password. Enter it, and the unencrypted message is displayed.</p>
<p>When you view the message, <app>Evolution</app> prompts you for your PGP password. Enter it, and the unencrypted message is displayed.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>Senders must have your GPG public key before they can send you an encrypted message.</p></note>
</section>
<section id="signature">
<title>Checking the signature of a received message</title>
<p>To check the sender's signature of a received message, scroll down to the bottom of the message and click the logo. Evolution will display <gui>Security Information</gui> for the message.</p>
<p>To check the sender's signature of a received message, scroll down to the bottom of the message and click the logo. <app>Evolution</app> will display <gui>Security Information</gui> for the message.</p>
</section>
</page>
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<title>Getting and using GPG public keys</title>
<p>To send an encrypted message, you need to use the recipient's public key in combination with your private key. Evolution handles the encryption, but you need to <link xref="help:seahorse/pgp-import" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-import">get the public key and add it to your keyring</link>.</p>
<p>To send an encrypted message, you need to use the recipient's public key in combination with your private key. <app>Evolution</app> handles the encryption, but you need to <link xref="help:seahorse/pgp-import" href="https://help.gnome.org/users/seahorse/stable/pgp-import">get the public key and add it to your keyring</link>.</p>
</page>
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<item><p>Click <gui style="button">OK</gui>.</p></item>
<item><p>Click <gui style="button">Close</gui>.</p></item>
</steps>
<p>Evolution requires that you know your key ID. If you do not remember it, start <app>Passwords and Keys</app>, go to <gui>GnuPG Keys</gui>, select the preferred GPG key, right-click on it, select <gui>Properties</gui> and copy the <gui>Key ID</gui>. Your key ID is an eight-character string with random numbers and letters.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> requires that you know your key ID. If you do not remember it, start <app>Passwords and Keys</app>, go to <gui>GnuPG Keys</gui>, select the preferred GPG key, right-click on it, select <gui>Properties</gui> and copy the <gui>Key ID</gui>. Your key ID is an eight-character string with random numbers and letters.</p>
</page>
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<title>Mail encryption and certificates</title>
<p>Evolution offers GPG Encryption and S/MIME Encryption for signing and encrypting email messages. S/MIME is used most often in corporate environments.</p>
<p><app>Evolution</app> offers GPG Encryption and S/MIME Encryption for signing and encrypting email messages. S/MIME is used most often in corporate environments.</p>
<section id="gpg" style="2column">
<title>GPG</title>
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<p>Makes the system beep.</p></item>
<item><p>Play Sound:</p>
<p>Select a sound file for Evolution to play.</p></item>
<p>Select a sound file for <app>Evolution</app> to play.</p></item>
<item><p>Run Program:</p>
<p>Evolution runs an application.</p></item>
<p><app>Evolution</app> runs an application.</p></item>
<item><p>Pipe to Program:</p>
<p>Sends the message to an application of your choice. No return value is expected. This feature can be used to create automatic Web postings from email messages or to perform additional message post processing not supported by Evolution.</p></item>
<p>Sends the message to an application of your choice. No return value is expected. This feature can be used to create automatic Web postings from email messages or to perform additional message post processing not supported by <app>Evolution</app>.</p></item>
<item><p>Forward to:</p>
<p>Forwards the message to another email address.</p></item>
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<p>Filters messages according the server you got them from. This is most useful if you use multiple POP mail accounts.</p></item>
<item><p>Pipe to Program:</p>
<p>Evolution can use an external command to process a message, then process it based on the return value. Commands used in this way must return an integer. This is most commonly used to add an external junk mail filter.</p></item>